U.S. army receives 3D radar from Ukraine
"The U.S. Army Contracting Command center in Orlando has received 3D mobile air-defense radar system, called the 36D6M1-1, from Ukraine through SFTC ‘Progress’," the Defense Blog reports.
The 36D6M1-1 is a mobile 3D airspace surveillance radar system that was developed by the SE “Scientific and Production Complex “Iskra” and is designed to be used as a part of modern automated Air Defense systems, Anti-Aircraft Missile Complexes and to detect low flying air targets under active and passive jamming as well as to provide Air Traffic Control both for military and civil purpose.
As noted, the business structures associated with Russia previously tried to disrupt the contract for supply Ukrainian 3D radar system to the United States.
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